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  • gripping anf intriguing

    How twisted can a mind be? How much is a friendship worth? Can you trust what you know, see, believe in? Veronica struggles with her life and her relationship to her husband Tom, after the death of her daughter Grace. She feels like loosing her mind, when one day she makes the acquaintance of Scarlet. They become friends quickly and for a while it seems to do her a lot of good to have Scarlet around, but things get out of hand and Veronica doesn’t know who to trust anymore. There where a lot of feelings bubbling up inside me, while reading this book. I felt sad and I tried to grasp the feeling of loosing a child. I was ambiguous to Scarlet, didn’t know if she was a good friend or someone it was better staying away from. My heart went out to Tom, all alone in his grieve and anxiety about his wife - at first. Then I wanted to slap him. Well and then there is Felicity, the so called best friend. I pity her, but the hate is so much bigger than the pity could ever be. Well written story about coming to terms with loss, the importance of talking to each other and not to trust lightly. I chose to read this book and all opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased. Thanks to NetGalley and Aria!

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  • The Accident

    Emotional and gripping the psychology of parents who have lost a child and can’t cope with the guilt of the secrets that led to the death

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  • The accident

    Couldn't put it down, great book ,can't wait to read more the same

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  • The Accidend

    We all have that little person in the back of our head. It was so very well explained and extremely well written. Did not see the ending that came so was really pleased Keep up the good work

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  • The Accident

    This book kept me interested until the very end. I hope others enjoy it also

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